The Chatsworth, a collection of Upper West Side residences, kept its historic name while undergoing significant upgrades and renovations to its historic interior. As Jeffrey Steele writes in Forbes, The Chatsworth took its name from the magnificent estate of the Duke of Devonshire in England, bringing that same stately sensibility to Manhattan in 1904. Now, with contemporary interiors by Pembrooke & Ives, The Chatsworth is entering its second century with a refreshed interior and a nod to its Beaux-Arts past. “The Chatsworth redefined luxurious living in the Upper West Side,” says Kathy Murray of Douglas Elliman, and now “the re-imagined spaces and sprawling layouts also provide a level of prestigious living that today’s buyers yearn for.”